Whatever the case may be, there is always a reason behind every breakup. Just when you think the relationship is going well and you begin to think this person might be ‘the one’, then bam! The breakup happens out of nowhere. Some reasons for breaking up are better than others. The following 4 reasons for getting dumped are some of the most common:
1) TRUST ISSUES:
Trust issues in relationships may seem innocent and common, but they have the power to destroy them. If trust issues aren’t the number one cause of breakups, they are for sure in the top 3. For some people cheating means the end of the relationship because they believe in the concept of ‘once a cheater, always a cheater’. It’s hard to imagine a person who you loved so much will cheat on you.
Common Signs of Trust Issues:
* You check his/her phone (especially, when they are not around)
* The tendency to think of the worst case in every possible scenario.
* Constantly challenging the boundaries you consciously or unconsciously give to your relationship.
Long-distance relationships are getting more common around the world because of our constant connections to social media, mobile phones, etc. Long-distance love can work for some, but not most. Long-distance relationships lack the most basic things like kissing, cuddling, or any other physical affection, which are all very important in a relationship. Spending time and energy with a person is a must to grow stronger feelings and a real bond. Trust also becomes difficult. Eventually, many couples in long-distance relationships break up because they have nothing more to talk about, other than saying ‘I miss you’ to each other. Also, there is always a chance of meeting someone else and falling in love with them because there is the real potential for actual physical affection.
3) FINANCIAL ISSUES:
Financial stability is a primary factor to any relationship’s success. Yes, the reality is that money matters to many couples. A lack of money can lead to issues, which eventually lead to a breakup. The stress that is caused by financial issues on a relationship can be too much to deal with. In the world we are living in, it’s difficult to pay the bills if only one person in the relationship is working. In a marriage, if the finances are not shared equally, if there is financial secrecy, or if there is stress about financial matters like heavy debts, it can sour the marriage.
Jealousy is typically a killer of any relationship. Have you ever asked questions like, “Who were you with?”, “Who you were messaging?” Well, there is a good chance that’s why he/she left. Jealousy boils down to trust. If you can’t trust the person you are with to spend time with friends or other people, then maybe you shouldn’t be with that person.